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What is Sound Healing?

Sound healing is an ancient practice dating back hundreds of years in many cultures across the globe. Integrative sound healing uses instruments on and off the body to produce changes in the body that are either calming or revitalising to the recipient. 

Instruments range from Tibetan bowls, Crystal healing bowls, drums, gongs, tuning forks, percussion and the voice to produce sonic waves of vibration that penetrate down to a cellular level.

The knowledge that sound can alter our state of consciousness is now common knowledge as we see an increase in brain-wave entertainment to enhance states of meditation, sleep and learning. Sound is commonly used in medicine to do such things as see the unborn fetus via ultrasound to shock wave therapy to dissolve gallstones.



How can it help?

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Sound healing relaxes the nerve plexuses, muscles and tissue, balances the autonomic nervous system, calming stress and revitalising the fatigued body. Vibrations penetrate at a cellular level, resetting cells to their natural pattern and calming inflammation and pain.


Clinical trails show that sound helps with 

  • Insomnia

  • Pain

  • Hearing difficulties

  • Stress

  • Depression and anxiety

  • High Blood pressure

  • Recovery from operations

What does it cost?

How does it work?

Everything in the universe is in a state of vibration. Our cells emit and absorb sounds. We work with sound to harmonise imbalances in our biofield (the electromagnetic field that surrounds our bodies) and directly influence cell functioning.

Different cells in our bodies respond to different frequencies, so we use a range of instruments to produce  sounds in individual and group sound bath treatments.

80% of serious physical or mental health challenges are created by chronic stress and suppressed emotion associated with past abuse or trauma.



1 hour 1-1 Session £60

40 minute 1-1 session £40


Private Sound Bath 1 hour over 15 people, please enquire

Public Sound Baths £15 per person

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